Danny Krivit is one of New Yorks's most revered DJs and re-edit pioneers, whose career spans over 30 years and includes waypoints like residencies in the Roxy and Body & Soul, as well as working with James Brown and Gloria Gaynor. Growing up in New York's Greenwich Village in the 1960s, Krivit started DJing in his father's club, The Ninth Circle, in the early 1970s. From there he went on to The Loft, where he met Larry Levan and Francois Kevorkian, with whom he struck up a long-term friendship. His DJ and remixing skills more in demand then ever, Krivit has recently seen his early works being reissued by London's lovingly curated Strut label.
72 Releases, 617 Artists
Interview with Danny Krivit (Video)
The Album Edits by Mr. K Vol. 2: Music Of The Earth (+Video Feature) is featured in Update #044:
Essential 2010 Albums Now On Sale
We wish you an amazing 2011! To start the celebrations we have compiled 200 of our favourite albums of 2010 for our biggest ever New Year Sale! From today on until January 16 all selected albums will be available for a special price - including many of the more...
The Album Edits by Mr. K Vol. 2: Music Of The Earth (+Video Feature) is featured in Update #033:
Ninja Tune XX, Flying Lotus, Radio Slave
September has come and gone and left us with more great releases than there's pebbles on a beach. First and foremost this has been the month of Ninja Tune. The legendary label celebrates its 20th anniversary with two massive compilations of exclusive material, more...
This Video is featured in Feature #106:
Video Interview with the NYC DJ Legend
New York DJ legend Danny Krivit talks about his editing work and his new compilation, 'Edits By Mr. K Vol. 2', which has just been released on UK connoisseur imprint Strut. In a career spanning over 30 years, Danny Krivit has made an indelible mark on New more...
The Album Edits by Mr. K Vol. 2: Music Of The Earth (+Video Feature) was reviewed:The second volume of Danny Krivit's edits covers soulful disco, funk and jazz, including rarities like an unreleased re-work of Black Blood's 'Chicano', the Patrice Rushen's 'Music Of The Earth' and an extended workout on the Chairmen Of The Board's 'Life & Death'. Essential.